Broome Town Tour ...like no other
approx. $99.00 per person.
Minimum 2 people
Join Roger for a one and a half hour unique tour of Broome Town and surrounds on a regular 2 passenger, 3 passenger or the 6 passenger Limo Trike.
Your upbeat and personalised tour includes excellent and informative live commentary. Learn about Broome’s colourful history, today’s Broome and the future as you visit Chinatown – home of the impressive pioneer monuments, the world’s oldest outdoor picture gardens, historic Streeters Jetty, Broome’s Micro Brewery, Pearlers Row, Broome’s oldest pub, Sheba Lane, with its notorious past and the old Broome Lockup. Sitting high on the hogs over Kennedy Hill with its breathtaking views of Dampier Creek and Roebuck Bay.
Learn about Broome’s one day war and visit the Pioneer Cemetery at Town Beach, where Broome’s original jetty and “puffing billy” tramway were located.
Learn about the Catalina Flying Boat wrecks at the bottom of Roebuck Bay. Continuing on through “Old Broome” and into Demco Drive with its multi-million dollar homes and unique architecture, a reflection of Broome’s real estate boom.
Visit the deep water port and Entrance point with spectacular views to the Bird Observatory, 80 mile Beach and red pindan cliffs. Here we take a short break for some fantastic photo opportunities, then on to Ganthaeume Point, where we take a short stroll through ancient rock formations to view Anastasia’s Pool and 130 million year old dinosaur footprints. The sharp colours here are a must to see.
Back on the bitumen, we pass through one of Broome’s newest housing developments, past the amphitheatre to ride on world famous Cable Beach with a stop for an optional photo of you in the drivers’ seat.
This tour is extremely informative and is designed to give you your bearings on Broome. With a pickup time from your accommodation that suits you, it has a reputation for excellence.
To take advantage of complimentary discount vouchers to restaurants and the brewery make sure you do this unique tour early in your Broome holiday.